This week is Open Access Week 2022, to celebrate this year's theme of climate justice read up on how these two social movements are colliding.
A behind-the-scenes look at immersive scholarship with a Graduate Assistant from FSU Libraries' Digital Research & Scholarship department.
Celebrate Open Education Week all month with FSU! Explore the different events and opportunities available for students, staff, and faculty.
In the Summer of 2021, FSU Libraries migrated DigiNole: FSU's Digital Repository to a new home that is completely hosted and maintained by FSU.
As we welcome the start of 2021 Summer C, FSU Libraries are proud to announce the launch of our eTextbooks in the Classroom portal!
The Alternative Textbook Grant program caters to main FSU campus instructors as it addresses the rising cost of college textbooks.
The Black Women's Suffrage Digital Collection is a trove of digital materials related to the contributions and experiences of Black Women in the women’s suffrage movement specifically and civic activism more generally from 1850 to 1960.
Due to the shortage of readily-accessible personal protective equipment for first-responders and healthcare providers around the world, many involved in maker communities have responded by crowd-sourcing ways of rapidly manufacturing makeshift equipment to fill in the gaps while supply chains can respond. This is happening at the local level as well -- Tallahassee's local makerspace,... Continue Reading →
By Grace Robbins, Office of Digital Research and Scholarship Intern, Fall 2019 During this semester I have been working as the Digital Cultural Heritage Intern in the Office of Digital Research and Scholarship. You might be wondering, what in the world is digital cultural heritage? It seems like a fancy title, but for what?... Continue Reading →
Open access is a global movement to freely publish research in online repositories and open publications instead of the costly subscription-based publishing models that have dominated the scholarly publishing industry for decades. Paywalled research is only available to those who can afford to pay subscription costs, leaving many researchers and institutions around the world unable... Continue Reading →